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    2018 Predictions:
    House: narrow Dem majority
    Senate: 51R, 47D, 2I (NV and AZ go D, MO goes R)

    Endorsements:
    MD-Gov: Rushern Baker
    MD-Sen: Ben Cardin
    MD-02: Dutch Ruppersberger
    GA-Gov: Stacey Abrams
    POTUS: Kamala Harris
    VPOTUS: Tammy Baldwin
    Chicago Mayor: Chancelor Bennett

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  1. Al Franken Resigns

    what is this i don't even Pretty sure there hasn't been a liberal Republican in the US since January 26, 1979...
  2. Al Franken Resigns

    Agree Agree, especially with the part I bolded Yep. I used to be a Franken 2020 guy, now I hope Kamala Harris and Tammy Baldwin beat Trump and Pence in 2020. Not only would a Harris/Baldwin administration be competent and respectable, but there would be something extremely satisfying about Trump being replaced by a (relatively) young, progressive, African/Indian-American woman from California, and Mike "I call my wife 'mother' and don't like gay people" Pence being replaced by the first open lesbian to be elected to the US Senate. Sherrod Brown is extremely bland and unexciting to me, and he might lose in 2018, though it looks like the midterms will be a wave of at least 2014 proportions, possibly even reaching 2010 heights, (except for the Democrats rather than Republicans), in which case I'd expect he'd win. I'd still vote for him in the 2020 general if he was the nominee; the Democrats could nominate the long-decayed corpse of the goldfish I had when I was 5 (his name was Zachary) and I'd vote for him over Donald Trump. I'd just hope the Dems nominate someone actually exciting for which I can cast my first Presidential ballot.
  3. Election Night

    Having, say, Kendrick Lamar report vote totals should totally be a thing on 11/3/2020
  4. Election Night

    Right now, there's the option to have the states report their popular vote results as they come in (every x minutes), or to just report it when 100% of the vote is totaled. The time when each state hits 100% is set, however. I don't see why there couldn't be an option to do what I'm suggesting. It doesn't have to replace the current system, but I'd love to have the option of dynamic reporting. (also the popular vote totals should report more consistently with how they actually do. I played Trump v. Sanders today in PI and Trump was down 4 points in FL with 89% of the vote in, then wins the state by 5% 10 in-game minutes later)
  5. Election Night

    I've always thought that PI's election night simulation was rather bland and lacking in real suspense. Today, I played President Elect '88 for the first time and while PI is obviously better as an election simulator (I managed to lose as Reagan to Geraldine Ferraro in 1984), their election night simulation is much, much, much better. It dynamically calls states when there's enough vote to do so, like in real life, rather than calling them all at a set time like in PI. Also it alerts you when a state is called, which seems like a no-brainer but is not in PI. @admin_270 do you have any plans to implement any election night improvements in PI? I'm sure if a 30 year old game can do this, game engines in 2017 are more than capable of modelling a proper election night.
  6. President Trump Forum Approval Poll (Nov 2017)

    His vision for America was incredible (CRA, VRA, Medicare, Medicaid, man on the moon etc.), even if his death and the subsequent Johnson Administration (and LBJ's superior political skills) were needed to get all of it passed. I rated them entirely based on how I'm feeling at the moment about each of them with literally no scientific method for choosing where they were in particular. It's not totally subjective though; I abhor Thomas Jefferson as a human being but he's an objectively good President so I rated him at the bottom of the great Presidents. Conversely, I love Jimmy Carter with every fiber of my being but he was objectively a failure as President, which is why I can't in good conscious put him any higher than 13.
  7. President Trump Forum Approval Poll (Nov 2017)

    Two words: Japanese internment
  8. President Trump Forum Approval Poll (Nov 2017)

    No. Here's how I'd personally rank them if Trump's presidency ended today. (1-9 = great Presidents, 10-17 = decent Presidents, 18-28 = mediocre Presidents, 29-38 = poor Presidents, 39-44 = worst of the worst) JFK FDR Washington Lincoln Teddy Roosevelt Obama Eisenhower Truman LBJ Monroe Madison Jefferson Carter Cleveland B. Harrison Hayes GHW Bush JQ Adams John Adams Van Buren Polk Garfield McKinley Ford Fillmore WH Harrison CA Arthur Coolidge Harding Tyler Grant Taft Clinton (wish I could say "which one?") Reagan Wilson Dubya Bush Taylor Pierce Andrew Johnson Trump Hoover Jackson Buchanan Nixon I think President Hillary D. R. Clinton would be between Cleveland and B. Harrison.
  9. What was the worst you ever did?

    I was Charles Evans Hughes and John J. Pershing vs. Cox/Roosevelt in 1920 and somehow the Democrats won every single state. In the popular vote, I came in third, behind Debs. I suspect it was a bug of some kind.
  10. 2014 house election

    What happened to Andy Harris (MD-1, oust him and I will love you for eternity) and Warren Davidson (OH-8, he was on NPR this morning bashing consumer protection law, Richard Cordray, and the CFPB)? Please say they both lost...
  11. 1988 Roleplay

    I thought you meant this town at first I'm still on team Ferraro, but I'll support the Democratic nominee, methinks.
  12. 1992-2016 What-if candidates

    Seems reasonable. She'd be a solid VP pick for a liberal from a blue state (e.g. John Kerry) to balance out a ticket.
  13. 1992-2016 What-if candidates

    What about Mary Landrieu in 2004, 2008, 2012, and possibly 2016?
  14. 2020 Issue Help: Campaign Finance Reform

    Far right: remove all restrictions on how much money corporations can give to political candidates Center-left: overturn Citizen's United, but don't adopt Montana's Corrupt Practices Law nationwide
  15. 1988 Roleplay

    Oh my god... Can confirm they sell it here in Maryland.
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